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Rivals Point Finger At Each Other On Economic Mess

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Rivals Point Finger At Each Other On Economic Mess

Election 2008: Issues

Rivals Point Finger At Each Other On Economic Mess

Rivals Point Finger At Each Other On Economic Mess

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Presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama are trying to convince voters they can lead the nation back to sound financial footing. Both say they want to see the details of the Bush administration's $700 billion bailout plan and will work to craft a plan to shore up confidence in the markets. But each is also blaming the other for the mess.